As part of the accreditation process for all law schools in the United States, the American Bar Association requires that schools publicly disclose certain consumer information on their websites. We are therefore pleased to provide the following information, in accordance with ABA Standard 509.

Download the full report here:  ABA Standard 509 Report

ABA Standard 509 Section

Category

URL

(b)(1)

Admissions Data

Cardozo Law ABA Standard 509 Report

(b)(2)

Tuition and Fees, Living Costs, and Financial Aid

Cardozo Law ABA Standard 509 Report

Tuition, Living Expenses, and Financial Aid

Cardozo Office of Student Finance

(b)(3)

Conditional Scholarships

Scholarships, Grants, and Conditional Scholarship Retention Data

(b)(4)

Enrollment Data, including Academic, Transfer, and Other Attrition

Cardozo Law ABA Standard 509 Report

(b)(5)

Numbers of Full-time and Part-time Faculty, Professional Librarians, and Administrators

Cardozo Law ABA Standard 509 Report

(b)(6)

Class Sizes for First Year and Upper Class Courses;

Number of Seminar, Clinical and Co-curricular Offerings

Cardozo Law ABA Standard 509 Report

Current Course Offerings

(b)(7)

Employment Outcomes

Employment Statistics

(b)(8)

Bar Passage Data

Cardozo Law ABA Standard 509 Report

(c)(1)

Refund Policies

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

(c)(2)

Curricular Offerings, Academic Calendar, and Academic Requirements

Cardozo Law Student Handbook

Current Course Offerings

Academic Calendar

J.D. Degree Requirements

LL.M. Degree Requirement

(c)(3)(i)

Transfer Credit Policies

Transfer and Visiting Applicants

(c)(3)(ii)

Institutions with which Cardozo Law has Established an Articulation Agreement

Other than our established joint programs (JD/MSW, JD/MSB), we have no agreements between schools governing the transfer of credit (articulation agreements).

(e) ABA Approval

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